The new ‘Capital Express’ service between Singapore, Canberra and Wellington has today been unveiled as the newest addition to the Asia South Pacific Initiative to Reduce Emissions (ASPIRE) programme.
Brisbane Airport (BNE) has been named one of the world’s most punctual airports in the 2015 OAG flightview Punctuality League Report: On-time performance (OTP) results for airlines and airports.
Airservices Chief Executive Officer Margaret Staib presented at Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation’s (CANSO) air traffic management summit in South Africa on Monday 15 June 2015. Held in Durban from 14-16 June, CANSO’s Global ATM Summit focused on four aspects of strengthening air traffic management—economics, technology, infrastructure and regulatory. The summit focused on what is […]
Airservices Australia has introduced further initiatives at Brisbane and Perth Airports as part of its Airport Capacity Enhancement program that will enable an increase in the number of aircraft movements that can be safely managed at each airport.
Airservices is delivering annual fuel cost savings to airlines estimated at $18.2 million through a system introduced to reduce airborne delays, help save fuel and associated emissions, enhance safety and reduce air traffic congestion.
Airservices air traffic controllers in Melbourne and Sydney helped guide the first Airbus A350 XWB (Extra Wide Body) to visit Australia into Sydney Airport this morning, where it landed on Runway 34L shortly after 6.30 am.
Airservices today announced plans to install 13 new Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) ground stations to enhance its coverage of satellite-based air traffic surveillance in Australia’s airspace.
Airservices Australia’s close cooperation with the aviation industry has delivered a significant boost to runway efficiency at Brisbane Airport, bringing its performance closer to the world’s best.
ADS-B technology has brought Royal Flying Doctor Service increased safety and efficiency in remote airspace.
he first stage of a new collaborative approach to industry-wide air traffic management in Australia has seen positive results for airlines, with an average reduction of five minutes flight time per flight on the Melbourne-Sydney city pair.